Daily Archives: March 12, 2019

First Endothermic Cryptocurrency Miners Released by OnMiners

LUXEMBOURG / ACCESSWIRE / March 12, 2019 /¬†OnMiners S.A (www.onminers.com) has recently earned the distinction becoming the first company ever to introduce an extraordinary range of endothermic cryptocurrency mining rigs. A team of investors working towards making …

Ethiopia, France Sign Military, Navy Deal, Turn ‘New Page’ in Ties

ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia and France agreed their first military cooperation accord on Tuesday, a deal that includes helping the landlocked nation build a navy, as Paris seeks to boost economic ties in Africa’s second-most populous country.

On a four-day visit …

The Dogs of War Sniff Out Mission in Central Africa

As if the United States wasn’t already pursuing enough murky and dubious military missions in such places as Afghanistan, Syria, and Yemen, a push appears to be underway to expand Washington’s involvement in Sub-Saharan Africa.

U.S. troops are more deeply …

Indro Montanelli with his “rented child bride” does not deserve a statue

The journalist told several times of the colonial abuses during the war in Ethiopia but without ever showing remorse: his statue reflects a male-dominated culture

by Wolfgang Achtner

Milan: the statue of Indro Montanelli smeared (Photo by Clarita Di Giovanni)…

Human Rights Council holds enhanced interactive dialogue on the situation of human rights in Eritrea.

Human Rights Council

The Human Rights Council this afternoon held an enhanced interactive dialogue on the situation of human rights in Eritrea.

Kate Gilmore, United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that this year’s dialogue came at a …

Macron on trip to woo Djibouti amid China’s African expansion

Both Paris and Beijing, as well as Japan and the United States, have military bases in East Africa’s smallest country due to its strategic location along a key shipping lane leading to the Suez Canal.

Macron described Djibouti, the last …